Designing Your Own Quilts

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Chilton Book Company, 1993 - Art - 175 pages
Introduces the basics of quilt design, covering the principles of design, style and structure, visual elements, color, fabric, quilting techniques, two- and three-dimensional designs, and other topics, and features a series of projects

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Working on the premise that by "emulating art that works it is possible to gain a feeling for techniques that could later be employed in one's own designs,'' Soltow has developed a project-oriented ... Read full review


Chapter Two Style and Structure
Chapter Three Visual Elements
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